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Biological Control of Verticillium wilt on Cotton by use of Fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. under Field Conditions

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Biological Control of Verticillium wilt on Cotton by use of Fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. under Field Conditions http://mitos.tagem.gov.tr/browse/33/358.pdf


BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLISHER: Nazilli Pamuk Araştırma Enstitüsü BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_NAME: Biological Control BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_DATE: 1999 BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_PAGE: doi:10.1016/j.b


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Verticillium, Cotton, Fluorescent Pseudomonas, Serratia plymutica, weed, field trial
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Four out of 59 fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. strains collected from cotton and weed rhizosphere were selected based on the following criteria: 1) inhibition of V. dahliae in vitro, 2) disease suppression on two cotton cultivars grown from bacterized seeds using stem-injection with the conidia of V. dahliae, and 3) seedling vigor test (dry-weight) under greenhouse conditions. Four selected Pseudomonas strains isolated from Xanthium strumarium (FP22), Portulaca sp. (FP23), Gossypium hirsitum (FP30), and Convolvulus arvensis (FP35), as well as the known biocontrol agent Serratia plymutica (HRO-C48), were further tested for the impact on Verticillium wilt, growth parameters of cotton, and yield in a naturally infested field. The reduction of AUDPC by the seed bacterization with FP22, FP23, FP30, FP35, and HRO-C48 compared to non-bacterized control ranged from 39.2% to 50.9% and 22.1% to 36.8% in trials done in 2005 and 2006, respectively. The growth parameters (plant height, number of nodes on main stem, and NAWF-nodes above white flower) were significantly higher in seed bacterized plants compared to the untreated control. In the 2005 field trial, the increase of seed cotton yield by the treatment with four Pseudomonas strains and HRO-C48 ranged from 13.1% to 22.3% in Sayar 314 and 4.2% to 12.8% in Acala Maxxa. Seed cotton yield was not significantly influenced by the 2006 treatments. Our results indicate that seed treatment of cotton plants with our Pseudomonas spp. strains and the known strain S. plymuthica can help in the biocontrol of V. dahliae and improve growth parameters in cotton fields.
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BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_NOTES Bejarano-Alcazar, J., Melero-Vara, J.M., Blanco-Lopez,M.A., Jimenez-Diaz, R.M., 1995.Influence of inoculum density of defoliating and nondefoliating pathotypes of Verticilliumdahliae on epidemics of Verticillium wilt of cotton in southern Spain. Phytopathology 85,1474– 1481.Bejerano-Alcazar, J., Melero-Vara, J.M., Blanco-Lopez, M.A., Jimenez Diaz, R.M. 1997. Theinfluence of Verticillium wilt epidemics on cotton yield in southern Spain. Plant Pathology46, 168-178.Berg, G., Fritze, A., Roskot, N., Smalla, K. 2001. Evaluation of potential biocontrolrhizobacteria from different host plants of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. Journal of AppliedMicrobiology 156, 75–82Bölek, Y., Bell, A.A., El-Zik, K.M., Thaxton, P.M., Magill, C.W., 2005. Reaction of cottoncultivars and F2 population to stem Inoculation with isolates Verticillium dahliae. Journalof Phytopathology, 153, 269-273.Bourland, F.M., Benson, N.R., Vories, E.D., Tugwell, N.P., Danforth, D.M., 2001. Measuringmaturity of cotton using nodes above white flower. Journal of Cotton Science 5, 1-8.Campbell, C.L., Madden, L.V., 1990. Introduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology. WileyInterscience, New York, USA.Chen, C., Bauske, E.M., Musson, G., Rodriguez-Kabana, R., Kloepper, J.W., 1995. Biologicalcontrol of Fusarium wilt on cotton by use of endophytic bacteria, Biological Control 5, 83-91.Çubukçu, N., Benlioglu, K., 2007. Biological control of Verticillium wilt of cotton byendophytic bacteria, Working Group "Biological Control of Fungal and Bacterial PlantPathogens", "Fundamental and Practical Approaches to Increase Biocontrol Efficacy",Proceedings of the Meeting at Spa (Belgium), 6 - 10 September 2006. Edited by: YigalElad, Marc Ongena, Monica Höfte, M. Haïssam Jijakli, 30 (6-2):371-375.Dervis, S., Bicici, M., 2005. Distribution of Verticillium wilt in cotton areas of southern Turkey.Plant Pathology Journal 4(2), 126-129.10Dejonghe, W., Boon, N., Seghers, D., Top, E.M., Verstraete, W., 2001. Bioaugmentation of soilsby increasing microbial richness: missing links. Environmental Microbiology 3, 649–657.El-Zik, K.M., 1985. Integrated control of Verticillium wilt of cotton. Plant Disease 69, 1025-1032.Fradin, E.F., Thomma, B.P.H.J., 2006. Physiology and molecular aspects of Verticillium wiltdiseases caused by V. dahliae and V. albo-atrum. Molecular Plant Pathology 7, 71-86.Esentepe, M., 1979. Adana ve Antalya illerinde pamuklarda görülen solgunluk hastalığınınetmeni, yayılışı, kesafeti ve zarar derecesi ile ekolojisi üzerinde araştırmalar. RegionalPlant Protection Research Institute, publication No.32. İzmir, Turkey.Göre, M.E., 2007. Vegetative compatibility and pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae isolatesfrom the Aegean Region of Turkey. Phytoparasitica 35 (3), 222-231.Göre, M.E., Öncül, K.C., Altin, N., Aydin, M.H., Erdogan, O., Filizer, F., Buyukdegerlioglu, A.,2008. Evaluation of cotton cultivars for resistance to pathotypes of Verticillium dahliae.Crop Protection, doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2008.10.004Gutierrez, A.P., Falcon, L.A., Loew, W.B., Leipzig, P., van den Bosch, R., 1975, An analysis ofcotton production in California: A model for Acala cotton and the efficiency of defoliatorson its yields. Environmental Entomology 4(1), 125-136.Haas, D, Defago, G., 2005. Biological control of soil-borne pathogens by fluorescentpseudomonads, Nature Review Microbiology 3(4), 307-319.Iyriboz, N., 1941. Cotton Diseases, Ministry of Agriculture of Turkey, publication No. 237,Marifet Press, Izmir, Turkey.Karaca, İ., Karcılıoglu, A., Ceylan, S., 1971. Wilt disease of cotton in the Ege region of Turkey.Journal of Turkısh Phytopathology 1 (1), 4-11.King, E.O., Ward, M.K., Raney, D.E., 1954. Two simple media for the demonstration ofpyocyanin and fluorescin. The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 44, 301–307.Kurze, S., Bahl, H., Dahl, R., Berg, G., 2001. Biological control of fungal strawberry disease bySerratia plymuthica HRA-C48. Plant Disease 85, 529-534.Leben, S.D., Wadi, J.A., Easton, G.D. 1987. Effects of Pseudomonas fluorescens on potato plantgrowth and control of Verticillium dahliae. Phytopathology 77, 1592-1595.Mercado-Blanco, J., Rodrıguez-Jurado, D., Hervas, A., Jimenez-Diaz, R.M. 2004. Suppressionof Verticillium wilt in olive planting stocks by root-associated fluorescent Pseudomonas sp.Biological Control 30, 474–486Müller, H., Berg, G., 2008. Impact of formulation procedures on the effect of the biocontrolagent Serratia plymuthica HRO-C48 on Verticillium wilt in oilseed rape. BioControl 53,905-916.Pulman, G.S., DeVay, J.E., 1982. Epidemiology of Verticillium wilt of cotton: Effects of diseasedevelopment on plant phenology and lint yield. Phytopathology 72, 554-559.Quadt-Hallmann, A., Hallmann, J., Kloepper, J.W., 1997. Bacterial endophytes in cotton:location and interaction with other plant associated bacteria. Canadian Journal ofMicrobiology 43, 254-259.Safiyazov, J.S., Mannanov, R.N., Sattarova, R.K., 1995, The use of bacterial antagonists for thecontrol of cotton diseases. Field Crops Research 43(1), 51-54Schmid, A., Dordick, J.S., Hauer, B., Kiener, A., Wubbolts, M., Witholt, B., 2001. Industrialbiocatalysis today and tomorrow. Nature 409, 258–268.Spiers, A.J., Buckling, A., Rainey, P., 2000. The causes of Pseudomonas diversity. Microbiology146, 2345 – 2350.11Thanassoulopoulus, C.C., Biris, D.A., Tjamos, E.C., 1981. Weed hosts as inoculum sources ofVerticillium in olive orchards. Phytopathology Mediterranean 20, 164-168.Tjamos, E.C., Rowe, R.C., Heale, J.B., Fravel, D.R., 2000. Advances in Verticillium Researchand Disease Management. APS Press. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul,MinnesotaTjamos, E.C., Tsitsigiannis, D.I., Tjamos, S.E., Antoniou, P., Katinakis, P., 2004. Selection andscreening of endorhizosphere bacteria from solarised soils as biocontrol agents againstVerticillium dahliae of solanaceous hosts. European Journal of Plant Pathology 110, 35–44Timmis, K.N., 2002. Pseudomonas putida: A cosmopolitan opportunist par excellence.Environmental Microbiology 4, 779–781Walsh, U.F., Morrissey, J.P., O’Gara, F., 2001. Pseudomonas for biocontrol of phytopathogens:from functional genomics to commercial exploitation. Current Opinion in Biotechnology12, 289–295.Zhengjun, X., Benkang, G., Aiming, W., 1996. Studies on biocontrol of Verticillium wilt ofcotton by endophytic and rhizosphere bacteria. In: Wenhua T, Cook RJ and Rovira A (eds)Advances in Biological Control of Plant Diseases, China Agricultural University Press,Beijing, China.

BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_REFERENCESBejarano-Alcazar, J., Melero-Vara, J.M., Blanco-Lopez,M.A., Jimenez-Diaz, R.M., 1995.Influence of inoculum density of defoliating and nondefoliating pathotypes of Verticilliumdahliae on epidemics of Verticillium wilt of cotton in southern Spain. Phytopathology 85,1474– 1481.Bejerano-Alcazar, J., Melero-Vara, J.M., Blanco-Lopez, M.A., Jimenez Diaz, R.M. 1997. Theinfluence of Verticillium wilt epidemics on cotton yield in southern Spain. Plant Pathology46, 168-178.Berg, G., Fritze, A., Roskot, N., Smalla, K. 2001. Evaluation of potential biocontrolrhizobacteria from different host plants of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. Journal of AppliedMicrobiology 156, 75–82Bölek, Y., Bell, A.A., El-Zik, K.M., Thaxton, P.M., Magill, C.W., 2005. Reaction of cottoncultivars and F2 population to stem Inoculation with isolates Verticillium dahliae. Journalof Phytopathology, 153, 269-273.Bourland, F.M., Benson, N.R., Vories, E.D., Tugwell, N.P., Danforth, D.M., 2001. Measuringmaturity of cotton using nodes above white flower. Journal of Cotton Science 5, 1-8.Campbell, C.L., Madden, L.V., 1990. Introduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology. WileyInterscience, New York, USA.Chen, C., Bauske, E.M., Musson, G., Rodriguez-Kabana, R., Kloepper, J.W., 1995. Biologicalcontrol of Fusarium wilt on cotton by use of endophytic bacteria, Biological Control 5, 83-91.Çubukçu, N., Benlioglu, K., 2007. Biological control of Verticillium wilt of cotton byendophytic bacteria, Working Group "Biological Control of Fungal and Bacterial PlantPathogens", "Fundamental and Practical Approaches to Increase Biocontrol Efficacy",Proceedings of the Meeting at Spa (Belgium), 6 - 10 September 2006. Edited by: YigalElad, Marc Ongena, Monica Höfte, M. Haïssam Jijakli, 30 (6-2):371-375.Dervis, S., Bicici, M., 2005. Distribution of Verticillium wilt in cotton areas of southern Turkey.Plant Pathology Journal 4(2), 126-129.10Dejonghe, W., Boon, N., Seghers, D., Top, E.M., Verstraete, W., 2001. Bioaugmentation of soilsby increasing microbial richness: missing links. Environmental Microbiology 3, 649–657.El-Zik, K.M., 1985. Integrated control of Verticillium wilt of cotton. Plant Disease 69, 1025-1032.Fradin, E.F., Thomma, B.P.H.J., 2006. Physiology and molecular aspects of Verticillium wiltdiseases caused by V. dahliae and V. albo-atrum. Molecular Plant Pathology 7, 71-86.Esentepe, M., 1979. Adana ve Antalya illerinde pamuklarda görülen solgunluk hastalığınınetmeni, yayılışı, kesafeti ve zarar derecesi ile ekolojisi üzerinde araştırmalar. RegionalPlant Protection Research Institute, publication No.32. İzmir, Turkey.Göre, M.E., 2007. Vegetative compatibility and pathogenicity of Verticillium dahliae isolatesfrom the Aegean Region of Turkey. Phytoparasitica 35 (3), 222-231.Göre, M.E., Öncül, K.C., Altin, N., Aydin, M.H., Erdogan, O., Filizer, F., Buyukdegerlioglu, A.,2008. Evaluation of cotton cultivars for resistance to pathotypes of Verticillium dahliae.Crop Protection, doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2008.10.004Gutierrez, A.P., Falcon, L.A., Loew, W.B., Leipzig, P., van den Bosch, R., 1975, An analysis ofcotton production in California: A model for Acala cotton and the efficiency of defoliatorson its yields. Environmental Entomology 4(1), 125-136.Haas, D, Defago, G., 2005. Biological control of soil-borne pathogens by fluorescentpseudomonads, Nature Review Microbiology 3(4), 307-319.Iyriboz, N., 1941. Cotton Diseases, Ministry of Agriculture of Turkey, publication No. 237,Marifet Press, Izmir, Turkey.Karaca, İ., Karcılıoglu, A., Ceylan, S., 1971. Wilt disease of cotton in the Ege region of Turkey.Journal of Turkısh Phytopathology 1 (1), 4-11.King, E.O., Ward, M.K., Raney, D.E., 1954. Two simple media for the demonstration ofpyocyanin and fluorescin. The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 44, 301–307.Kurze, S., Bahl, H., Dahl, R., Berg, G., 2001. Biological control of fungal strawberry disease bySerratia plymuthica HRA-C48. Plant Disease 85, 529-534.Leben, S.D., Wadi, J.A., Easton, G.D. 1987. Effects of Pseudomonas fluorescens on potato plantgrowth and control of Verticillium dahliae. Phytopathology 77, 1592-1595.Mercado-Blanco, J., Rodrıguez-Jurado, D., Hervas, A., Jimenez-Diaz, R.M. 2004. Suppressionof Verticillium wilt in olive planting stocks by root-associated fluorescent Pseudomonas sp.Biological Control 30, 474–486Müller, H., Berg, G., 2008. Impact of formulation procedures on the effect of the biocontrolagent Serratia plymuthica HRO-C48 on Verticillium wilt in oilseed rape. BioControl 53,905-916.Pulman, G.S., DeVay, J.E., 1982. Epidemiology of Verticillium wilt of cotton: Effects of diseasedevelopment on plant phenology and lint yield. Phytopathology 72, 554-559.Quadt-Hallmann, A., Hallmann, J., Kloepper, J.W., 1997. Bacterial endophytes in cotton:location and interaction with other plant associated bacteria. Canadian Journal ofMicrobiology 43, 254-259.Safiyazov, J.S., Mannanov, R.N., Sattarova, R.K., 1995, The use of bacterial antagonists for thecontrol of cotton diseases. Field Crops Research 43(1), 51-54Schmid, A., Dordick, J.S., Hauer, B., Kiener, A., Wubbolts, M., Witholt, B., 2001. Industrialbiocatalysis today and tomorrow. Nature 409, 258–268.Spiers, A.J., Buckling, A., Rainey, P., 2000. The causes of Pseudomonas diversity. Microbiology146, 2345 – 2350.11Thanassoulopoulus, C.C., Biris, D.A., Tjamos, E.C., 1981. Weed hosts as inoculum sources ofVerticillium in olive orchards. Phytopathology Mediterranean 20, 164-168.Tjamos, E.C., Rowe, R.C., Heale, J.B., Fravel, D.R., 2000. Advances in Verticillium Researchand Disease Management. APS Press. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul,MinnesotaTjamos, E.C., Tsitsigiannis, D.I., Tjamos, S.E., Antoniou, P., Katinakis, P., 2004. Selection andscreening of endorhizosphere bacteria from solarised soils as biocontrol agents againstVerticillium dahliae of solanaceous hosts. European Journal of Plant Pathology 110, 35–44Timmis, K.N., 2002. Pseudomonas putida: A cosmopolitan opportunist par excellence.Environmental Microbiology 4, 779–781Walsh, U.F., Morrissey, J.P., O’Gara, F., 2001. Pseudomonas for biocontrol of phytopathogens:from functional genomics to commercial exploitation. Current Opinion in Biotechnology12, 289–295.Zhengjun, X., Benkang, G., Aiming, W., 1996. Studies on biocontrol of Verticillium wilt ofcotton by endophytic and rhizosphere bacteria. In: Wenhua T, Cook RJ and Rovira A (eds)Advances in Biological Control of Plant Diseases, China Agricultural University Press,Beijing, China.


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